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Posted: Tue Sep 25 2012
Located in a converted 1930s veneer factory near Victoria Park this not-for-profit space has an established reputation for recognising new talent and for hosting ambitious new works and installations. Chisenhale Gallery commissions up to five shows a year by emerging and under-represented artists, alongside interim events, offisite public projects and programmes for young people. Artists who have worked with the gallery include Rachel Whiteread, Cornelia Parker, Paul Noble and Pablo Bronstein.
What's on at Chisenhale Gallery
Film and video
- Rating: 3/5
At the heart of Edward Thomasson’s 17-minute film lies a single incident: a middle-aged woman falls over in the street. I say ‘at the heart’, but actually the whole point of this ambitious work by the young London artist is that there isn’t really a central,...